Looks at animals craftiness in the "wild".We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topic: animals
byNational Broadcasting Company; McGraw-Hill Book Company
Rabbit Hill Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryTells how the small animals who live on Rabbit Hill are affected by the new owners who move into the big house and plant a garden. Topics: Animals, Children's films, Animals, Children's films
Presents examples of each of the major reasons why much of America's wildlife is now endangered. Includes scenes of now extinct species, rescued species, and endangered species of mammals and birds Topics: Rare animals, Wildlife conservation, Rare animals, Wildlife conservation
Depicts the techniques used in tracking and studying the habits of the ruffed grouse. Signals received from radio transmitters attached to the birds reveal their activity and location Topics: Birds., Animals, Habits and behavior.
byCanadian Wildlife Service; National Film Board of Canada
Producer, George Pearson; director, writer, and editor, Mike McKennirey; commentary, Ken McCready; commentator, Alexander Scourby; original music, Karl du Plessis; photography, Douglas Kiefer Topics: Wildlife conservation, Rare animals, Rare animals, Wildlife conservation
This film presents footage of the baboons on the Amboseli Reserve in Kenya. It is not narrated, but simply shows the baboons in their natural habitat. Film can be used to provoke discussion and can aid in training advanced students in techniques of observation and recording data. From the Man and Other Animals series. I. DeVore Topics: Primates., Animals, Habits and behavior.
byGoodall, Jane, 1934-; National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Jane Goodall: Studies of the Chimpanzee. Tool Using (1976) Presents candid scenes of ceramist Dik Schwanke at work in his studio. Demonstrates his method of combining pottery and sculpture. Topics: Chimpanzees, Tool use in animals, Mammals, Chimpanzees, Mammals, Tool use in animals
Wild About Animals series, Volume 3. "From dogs who ski, to horses who sing, 'Wonderfully Wacky Animals' is just what you'd expect: a delightfully funny look at the world of animals." -- description from box. Topics: vhs, animals, humor Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
byUlrich, Roger Elwood, 1931-; Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc
Combines artwork depicting man's aggressive behavior throughout the centuries with live-action sequences in order to examine the problem of the possible destruction of mankind by means of man's own aggressive tendencies. Psychologist Roger Ulrich discusses his theories of aggression and demonstrates some of his findings with actual animal experiments that reveal various causes of aggression ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Aggressiveness, Aggressive behavior in animals, Aggressive behavior in animals, Aggressiveness
byColumbia Pictures Corporation; Columbia Pictures Corporation. 16 mm Non-Theatrical Film Division
The Golden Fish SummaryPortrays a young boy who yearns for a goldfish he sees at a Paris street fair. Depicts a kind of communication between the boy and the fish. Shows the boy winning the fish, taking it home and a cat threatening it. The life of Christ, from the Annunciation to the Ascension, is depicted with the sculpture from a medieval French cathedral. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Stories., Animals, Legend & Stories Of.
Snowy, Chilly, Motley...and Me: A Personal View of Pets, Reel 2 Reel 1 available here Biologist/filmmaker John Paling captures the behavior of a pedigree seal-point Siamese cat named Chilly, a tabby street cat named Motley, and a German shepherd dog named Snowy. Contending that family living rooms are like miniature safari parks where pets display a whole range of behavior, effectively unaltered from the time of their wild ancestors, he explores the significance of their behavior and the... Topics: Pets, Domestic animals, Dogs, Cats, Cats, Dogs, Domestic animals, Pets
Crustaceans SummaryDiscusses the ./ia metad, functions, habitats and economic value of crustaceans. Explains processes of food - gathering, reproduction, autotomy and molting. Alan Holden explains the nature of crystals, how they are formed, and why they are shaped as they are. He shows actual growth of crystals under a microscope, discusses how they may be grown, and relates these phenomena to the concept of atoms. Topics: Crustaceans: Lobsters, barnacles, shrimp, and their relatives, Aquatic animals, Animal habits and...
byDepartment of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
Reel 1, unemployed workers stand in line at the gates of closed factories. Shows views of South Carolina's Edista State Park and Myrtle Beach State Park, and Georgia's Santo Domingo State Park. CCC men work in the park, destroy caterpillars and other pests, transplant trees, attend classes, and feed animals. Shows the home of Alexander Stevens, vice president of the Confederacy, being renovated. Reel 2 shows various views of State parks in Vermont, Massachusetts, Virginia, Louisiana, New York,... Topics: American Civil War, 1861-1865, Animals, Civilians, Edisto Island (S.C.), Motion pictures, Myrtle...
Barbara's Problem Dogs Reel 2 Reel 1 available here Dog trainer Barbara Woodhouse demonstrates remedies for common canine behavior problems such as car chasing, excessive barking, soiling, and extreme sensitivity to common household noises. Topics: Educational Film, Series: Barbara's Problem Dogs, Domestic animals, Animal training, Animal...
Snowy, Chilly, Motley...and Me: A Personal View of Pets, Reel 1 Reel 2 available here Biologist/filmmaker John Paling captures the behavior of a pedigree seal-point Siamese cat named Chilly, a tabby street cat named Motley, and a German shepherd dog named Snowy. Contending that family living rooms are like miniature safari parks where pets display a whole range of behavior, effectively unaltered from the time of their wild ancestors, he explores the significance of their behavior and the... Topics: Educational Film, Human sensory nerves, Domestic animals
A children's video series designed to teach pre-schoolers all about animals. Based on the best-selling books published by Dorling Kindersley, these tales have an easy-to-follow structure that will appeal to young ones. Topics: vhs, children, pre-school, animals, stories Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
"In each episode, a different baby animal interacts with its parents, friends, and even its enemies to bring you a truly exciting look into their daily adventures, aspirations, and dreams in the wild" -- description from box. Topics: vhs, nature films, baby animals Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Looks at the baobab trees that grow in the dry bush country of Africa and shows the ecosystem created by them.Title from data sheet SummaryShows a century old baobab tree and explains its important role in the lives of African wildlife. Includes scenes of bushbabies, fruit bats, elephants, hornbills and other birds and animals. Topics: Baobab, Series: Baobab, Portrait of a Tree, portrait of a tree, Plant ecology, Botany, Ecology,...
byEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
Explains the need for conservation of wildlife in order to preserve the ecological balance of nature. Describes the endangered status of many species today, what has been done to control impending extinction in the past, and what can be done in the future through refuges Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Wildlife conservation, Rare animals, Wildlife refuges Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Shows how a gold-mantled ground squirrel at Crater Lake National Park has learned to solve problems connected with getting food. Illustrates how an animal can learn to find food that is hidden from view or out of reach. This is one of the AV Geeks favorite films, mostly because Squeak is somewhat of a working class hero who, in spite of what obstacles "the Man" puts in his way, always perseveres. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 10 reviews ) Topics: animals, wexler
Follows the reproductive cycle of the female rat. Photomicroscopy and phase-contrast cinematography illustrate bursting the follicle, release of follicular fluid, and emergence of the egg with its granular cell mass. Describes transport of the egg mass to and into the oviduct, role of oviductal cilia, and penetration of sperm through grandular cell mass to effect fertilization SummaryShows scenes of ovulation as observed in the living animal. Animated drawings of various types of ovulation... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Reproduction, Rats, Animated films, Visual arts, Microscopes, Land... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byNational Geographic Society (U.S.); Wolper Productions; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
Special edited versionWith teacher's guide Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryDemonstrates various met./ia metd for gathering information on grizzly bears. Shows how Frank and John Craighead's studies may save him from extinction. Presents photographs of the grizzlies of Yellowstone National Park in their natural habitats. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Grizzly bear, National Parks conservation, Yellowstone National Park,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Night of The Squid Reel 2 Reel 1 available here Traces the life cycle of the giant squid, and shows some of its antics and bizarre night life. SummaryTraces the life cycle of the squid from its wanderings in the deep to it./ia ing and spawning. Features Jacques Cousteau's underwater photography. Topics: Educational Film, Series: Night of the Squid, Marine biology, Ocean ecosystem, Aquatic animals